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The head of Nelson Airport accepts that its new terminal building has struggled with overheating issues this summer, making working conditions difficult for staff.
Commuters using the Devonport ferry say the Auckland harbour service is chaotic and unable to cope with the number of cruise ships coming to the harbour.
Almost 42 years after he died, the King is still drawing the crowds.
Three-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri was subjected to a prolonged and painful death by the very people who were meant to care for him.
The Mana Movement and Māori Party say a merger of the two sides is a possibility, but not until after the election.
A pest which can destroy entire crops of feijoas and other soft fruits has spread to Waikato and areas of the Coromandel.
A New Zealand makeup artist who has worked on Lord of the Rings, Avatar, Sherlock and X-Men First Class is in with a chance for a "little gold statue".
The grandmother of Moko Rangitoheriri told an inquest of her frustration and helplessness at not being able to help the toddler. Audio
The mother of Moko Rangitoheriri has given emotional and tense evidence at the inquest into her toddler son's death in 2015.
Despite being rescued once from a watery grave, the future is uncertain for the 112-year-old ferry Kestrel.
More people were diagnosed with HIV in New Zealand last year than in any year since records began in 1985. Audio
The owners of an Auckland apartment complex riddled with issues have been hit with a $32.8m repair bill - one of the biggest of its kind in New Zealand.
Waikato hospital is so overloaded with patients it had to discharge triple the usual number of people in one day to help free up bed space.
Auckland needs more film studios if it's to meet the huge demand from overseas productions that want to shoot in New Zealand, industry leaders say.
Tourists from overseas are happy to pay more than locals for some attractions like national parks, according to Air New Zealand's chief executive.
The humble feijoa tree in your garden or neighbourhood could be under threat from a tiny, insidious little pest.
Police believe three people were involved in the ram raid theft of two Gottfried Lindauer paintings over the weekend. Audio
An anti-smoking campaigner says legalising nicotine e-cigarettes will replace one addiction with another, while a researcher says there's no evidence vaping leads to radical drops in smoking.
A railway crossing where a person died in a crash between a car and a freight train yesterday is due for an upgrade this year.
Opponents of 1080 poison say new rules giving control of pest management to central Government won't help make New Zealand predator-free. Audio
There was more beer on the shelves in New Zealand in 2016, boosted by an increase in the amount of craft beer for sale.
Living wage campaigners want companies to pay at least $20.20 an hour from July - the minimum they say is needed to provide families with necessities. Audio
The government has ruled out a regional fuel tax for Auckland, leaving the city's mayor looking for new ways to fund transport projects.
An Auckland community is stepping up its fight against the development of a huge retirement village, which has been likened to a prison.
Schools are so desperate for physics teachers that one new graduate applied for a job in the morning and was offered it at lunchtime.